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filial

Genetics designating any of the generations following the parental generation. Abbrev.: F; F1 indicates the first filial generation, F2 the second, etc.
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But we filially got them to move and they love it."
In other words, Blessed Alvaro del Portillo participated filially in the faith, the hope, and the charity of Saint Josemaria.
When violence filially breaks out, women are the vast majority who die and they become, Verveer said, 70 to 80 percent of the people displaced by war.
Filially, know that no one can predict when a really good story will happen.
Addressing himself to Bella throughout his life until he meets his second wife, Michaela, Jakob filially achieves a kind of revelation that Bella has not been holding him captive but pushing him away because she wants him to live.
After decades of frustration on the part of addiction researchers, a team of scientists has filially succeeded in developing a vaccine that eliminates addiction to heroin in laboratory rats--raising hopes that a similar vaccine might be available for humans sometime in the future.
So grab your running shoes, ready your bunker and hit the road because when the zombie apocalypse does filially come, they are going to eat the slow ones first.
He filially established a home-based business in 2010 with colleague Brent Forsyth.
"Filially parents won't have to sacrifice nutrition for taste, as each tube is made with real fruit and only natural ingredients."
I am so happy that she is filially going to be able to relax and enjoy her retirement with family and friends in Florida and Illinois," says Mike Bacon, VP sales and marketing, adding that in her 17-plus years Bagby never called in sick.